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Calceolaria corymbosa floccosa
Calceolaria corymbosa floccosa
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Seeds are very small from Calceolaria cana. In Chile this species grows up to the timber line at a altitude of 2000 m. Watering conditions: Somewhat dry areas where the drought may last 3 - 5 months. Precipitations of 400 - 800 mm. are concentrated in winter. Light conditions: Some shadow. Some protection against direct sunlight, some shadow from vegetation, filtering about 20 - 40 % of light. USDA Hardiness Zones 3- 8. The plant tolerates low temperatures -8 C, can tolerate occasional snow cover for up to a couple of weeks per year. SEEDS ARE TINY. RINSE SEEDS OUT WITH WATER.
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Here are seeds of Calceolaria pallida. This Perennial plant has a beautiful yellow flower and grows to about 6 inches tall. Normally a high altitude plant that stays close to the timber line in somewhat dry areas. In these areas the drought may last 3 to 5 months. The plant tolerates low temperatures of about 17F or -8C. Calceolaria pallida can tolerate occasional snow cover. These seeds are relatively easy to cultivate. USDA Hardiness Zone 8 to 11. WARNING THESE SEEDS ARE TINY.
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Seeds from Calceolaria paralia is better known as Yellow Slipperflower and belongs to the Scrophulariaceae family. The Calceolaria is native of the South American Andes of Peru and Chile. This plant is fantastic! a unique, slipper-like yellow flower. The tender perennial plant is covered with reddish fuzz all over and reaches 50cm high. Perfect for bedding, container planting, group or as an indoor plant. They bloom in summer and have evergreen foliage. The flowers are in pairs, and they are small, about 2cm, yellow with light red stripes on the side, and shaped like a slipper,a bud of 4 leaves that opens when it blooms and then the slipper unfurls and hangs from the furry leaves of the bud. Once open the sleeper bottom part has a red stripe on each side adding a nice touch of color to the funny looking plants. The Calceolaria paralia will grow in any soil but not in a soil low in iron. They love to grow on rocks, in full sun or little shade. The plant tolerates low temperatures -5º C, and can tolerate occasional snow cover for up to a couple of weeks per year. Hardiness zones: 6-9. SEEDS ARE TINY. RINSE SEEDS OUT WITH WATER.
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Seeds from Calceolaria purpurea. Calceolaria is a genus belonging to the natural order Scrophulariaceae, containing about 150 species of herbaceous or shrubby plants, chiefly natives of the South American Andes of Peru and Chile. The calceolaria of the present day has been developed into a highly decorative plant, in which the herbaceous habit has preponderated. The Calceolaria Purpurea plant is covered with fuzz, and is absolutely stunning with its puffy flowers. The plant is a compound of branched stem with little group of flowers at the end. They grow up to 60cm. Hardiness Zones are 6-9 -20c/-5f, -5c/25f. The Calceolaria Purpurea prefers to be fully exposed to sun. Generally found in level areas or slopes facing north. They are tolerant to somewhat dry areas, where the draught may last 4 - 5 months with precipitations of 400 - 800 mm, concentrated in winter. The plant does not tolerate snow, but can tolerate occasional freezing spells of about - 3º C the typical morning frost of central Chile in winter. SEEDS ARE TINY. RINSE SEEDS OUT WITH WATER.